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Visit of the Interpretation Center

Opening hours for the Center
From June 2 to September 1, 2023

Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 9am-5pm

Wednesday: 9am-5pm

Thursday: Closed

Friday: 9am-5pm

Saturday: 10am-4pm

Do not hesitate to call: 819 438-1177

Free visit


The visit to the interpretation center is FREE . All voluntary donations collected will be given to the “Grand-Remous Christmas Basket” organization.

See Walleye as you've never seen it

From egg to hook ... witness its birth in a natural and artificial environment. Follow him throughout his life through the threats and pitfalls that come his way. See who his allies are and what actions are being taken to preserve the species.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

  • What is a Community Wildlife Area?

  • How was the reservoir formed and its history?

  • How large is the watershed?

  • How do we intervene to protect the populations of Dorés and their environment?

  • What does Doré's tagging consist of?

  • The history of the village under water!

  • What can be done to maintain and ensure quality fishing?

  • What is a fish farm and how did it work?

  • Tips and tricks for successful fishing!

Discover all this and more through this multifaceted exhibition:

Video, Photos, illustrations, maps, models and real objects.
Observation of live fish.

educational goals

As managers of the Baskatong Reservoir Community Wildlife Area, we have an educational mission towards the public. In 2006, the walleye interpretation center became the hub to achieve these objectives.

The interpretation center was set up with the intention of providing visitors with a concrete learning and awareness-raising experience. Our goal is to develop and strengthen interest in various fields such as biology, the environment, fish farming, human interventions and their impacts on wildlife and natural habitats.

Through the concrete example of sport fishing for walleye, young and old alike will see how they can contribute, through small gestures, to maintaining and respecting the resource and, more generally, nature.

The AFC territory with its walleye interpretation center is an ideal space to fully embark on the adventure of ecosystem management. Through simple explanations, a dynamic graphic style using cartoon characters, young people will enter the world of walleye. They will also be able to understand the importance of the various regulations governing sport fishing and the need to adopt responsible behavior towards wildlife.


You can come without reservation for any free visit to the Interpretation Center. See the Hours of Operation section.

However, for groups or to benefit from our guide-animator service, contact us to ensure personalized service.

For more information on our services and facilities, contact us by phone or email.

Reservations for school groups

We will be happy to welcome you to the Interpretation Center by sharing our knowledge with you in a dynamic and fun approach, adapted to the school level.

Contact us by phone or email. (see the Contact us tab)

Duration of the visit: 40 to 45 minutes

Number of students in groups: The Center can accommodate 2 groups of 15 students at a time.

Let us know your suggestions ...
The Interpretation Center is very young and the educational tools are constantly being developed. Let us know your ideas and needs. We will take this into account in the development of our future educational tools, in order to always serve you better.

Enjoy your visit!

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